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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
406 AM CST Mon Feb 27 2017

.YESTERDAY...

Other than some morning clouds with a few flurries or sprinkles it
was a mostly sunny day in southern Wisconsin.  Northern Wisconsin
had more clouds with some occasional snow flurries into mid
afternoon.

High temperatures were a little above normal for late February.
Highs ranged from 29 at Superior to 46 at Janesville and Burlington.
The normal high temperatures for this time of year are around 30 in
northern Wisconsin to the middle 30s in the south.

Winds started out southerly but shifted to westerly and became gusty
as the day progressed.  Afternoon wind speeds were 15 to 25 miles an
hour with some gusts to around 35 miles an hour.

.OVERNIGHT...

Partly cloudy skies turned mostly cloudy in the north overnight,
while mostly clear conditions persisted in the south. A little
light snow came with the clouds in the north, with some patchy fog
south. Winds were generally light through the night. Low
temperatures ranged from 5 below to 5 above in north-central
Wisconsin, to the low and mid 20s south.

.FORECAST...

Other than a few morning snowflakes in the north, dry weather is
expected today along with above normal temperatures.

A low pressure system will bring precipitation to the state
tonight through Wednesday. Mixed precipitation is possible in the
north, but otherwise most places will see rain for the bulk of
this event. The rain is expected to eventually change to light
snow Tuesday night into Wednesday as colder air returns.

Near normal temperatures will return for the second half of the
week, warming back above normal for the weekend.

Highs temperatures today will range from the upper 30s and low 40s
in northern Wisconsin, to the mid and upper 40s south.

Lows tonight will range from the upper 20s and low 30s north, to
the mid and upper 30s south.

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Hahn/DDV



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